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SynAudCon Announces Fall In-Person Training Schedule
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Synergetic Audio Concepts (SynAudCon) announces their in-person seminar schedule for the fall of 2014.

A leader in audio education, SynAudCon provides real-world audio education through web-based and in-person training worldwide.

Sound Reinforcement for Technicians (SRT) is a three-day seminar that covers the theory behind how sound systems work and demonstrates how to use instrumentation to troubleshoot systems. The seminar is will be offered in Charlotte, NC on September 17-19, 2014 and again in Dallas, TX on October 6-8, 2014.

During day one and two, instructor Pat Brown provides hands-on exercises that use a signal distribution system and an iPod Touch loaded with software apps that allows attendees to measure voltage, impedance, polarity, SPL and STIPA. Attendees learn what these measurements mean along with how to use them to troubleshoot systems and make sure they are performing optimally.

On day three, SRT walks step-by-step through the loudspeaker equalization process with a real-time analyzer and dual channel FFT instrumentation. Attendees leave knowing what equalization is, what can be equalized, and – just as important – what cannot.

SynAudCon Digital, a three-day seminar, will be presented on November 17-19, 2014 in Phoenix, AZ. SynAudCon Digital is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to digital audio, signal processing and audio networks. The materials presented emphasize the practical, leaving attendees with a thorough understanding of everything from data formats to networked audio systems.

The content is presented using multimedia formats, shortening the learning curve substantially. The seminar is taught by Pat Brown, Steve Macatee and Bradford Benn.

For more specific information about the Fall 2014 schedule, seminar agendas, and online registration, visit the SynAudCon website training section.

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